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Cervical Plexis
What part of the spine
C1-C5
Cervical Plexis
Sensory nerve areas
Upper part of shoulder, back of head, front of neck
Cervical Plexis
Motor nerve
Phrenic- affects diaphragm
Brachial Plexis
What part of the spine
C5-T1
Brachial Plexis
Name 3 Motor nerves
Radial Nerve
Median Nerve
Ulnar Nerve
Brachial Plexis
Radial Nerve
Motor unit for wrist extensors, triceps
Brachial Plexis
Radial Nerve
Deficit
Wrist Drop
Brachial Plexis
Radial Nerve
(describe area on the hand affected by Radial nerve)
Anterior: Base of metacarpal area
Posterior: Lateral part of thumb from shaft of distal phalanx toward middle of hand then up the 2nd and 3rd finger up to right below the PIP
Brachial Plexis
Ulnar Nerve
Motor unit for last 2 fingers
Brachial Plexis
Ulnar Nerve
(describe area on the hand affected by Ulnar nerve)
Anterior: 1/2 of 4th finger down to wrist including 5th finger
Posterior: Below PIP lateral half of 3rd finger, including 4th finger except for medial half above PIP to and including 5th finger
Brachial Plexis
Ulnar Nerve
Deficit
Claw hand
Brachial Plexis
Median Nerve
Motor unit: Opposition-finger and thumb flexion
Brachial Plexis
Median Nerve
Deficit
The loss of fine motor movement, Loss of oponens pollicis...APE hand
Brachial Plexis
Median Nerve
(Describe area of hand it affects)
Anterior: Lateral half of 4th finger down to wrist to thumb except for small area of base 1st metacarpal (radial nerve)
Posteror: distal phalanx of thumb, from PIP joint to distal phalanges of 2nd and 3rd fingers and later half of 5th finger from PIP to distal
Median Nerve also known as
eyes of the hand
Lumbosacral Plexis
where on the spine
Lumbar L1-L4
Sacral L4-S4
Lumbosacral Plexis
What areas does it affect
Lower trunk and LE